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November 14, 2018

Video - Ranch Maps - Professional Map Services for Ranches:

March 2, 2018

How to Spot Fake News - and Implications for GIS Practitioners:

March 2, 2018

'How GIS Is Changing The World' - 3/8 - Missoula, Montana:

November 13, 2017

The company photographing every spot of land on earth, every single day:

November 5, 2017

12 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn't Know Google Maps Could Do:

October 21, 2017

TED Talk of the week - Chris Sheldrick: A precise, three-word address for every place on earth:

October 9, 2017

A review of the North Dakota State GIS Portal:

September 28, 2017

North Dakota GIS Users Conference Summary:

July 31, 2017

2017 Northwest GIS Users Conference - Boise October 9-13:

July 19, 2017

Funniest Map I Have Ever Seen: Winter Map of Montana :

April 7, 2016

Montana educators look to future of GIS mapping technology:

March 2, 2016

Faster and Cheaper GPS Tech Has Big Implications for the Future of Transportation :

February 1, 2016

2016 Intermountain GIS Conference, 4/4-7, Great Falls, Montana:

January 15, 2016

2016 Intermountain GIS Conference, 4/4-7, Great Falls, Montana:

October 22, 2015

Montana GIS Web Map Service changes:

October 19, 2015

Teaching Students the Power of GIS:

August 24, 2015

U of I researchers hope to increase timber industry safety with GPS:

July 6, 2015

Montana Students Build Town and County GIS Infrastructure:

June 19, 2015

How GIS Can Help Win the Economic-Development Street Fight:

June 2, 2015

Geospatial Technologies for a Healthier, Sustainable, and Increasingly Urban Earth:

March 23, 2015

Maps and the Geospatial Revolution MOOC - free - begins soon:

February 21, 2015

Utah Mapping Partnership Aims to Build Live Data-Sharing Framework:

January 26, 2015

Montana Ski Map Survey - Raffle for lift ticket!:

January 6, 2015

Today's TED Talk Daniele Quercia: Happy maps - A cartography weighted for human emotions:

December 16, 2014

The revised Montana Geographic Information Clearinghouse website is now live:

December 12, 2014

Open Data Visualization Tool Challenges Traditional GIS:

April 4, 2014

Montana State Library Launches Revised GIS Data List:

December 17, 2013

Montana GIS Meetup - Flathead Valley, 1/23, Columbia Falls, Montana :

November 26, 2013

GeoDev MeetUp, 12/9, Helena, Montana:

September 2, 2013

GIS for Accountability:

August 5, 2013

Where's all Montana's water heading? Find out by using interactive maps:

March 29, 2013

California Launches Interactive GeoPortal :

March 6, 2013

Montana Association Of Geographic Information Professionals, 5-21/23, Miles City, Montana :

February 8, 2013

Natrona County online map to include potholes, pedophiles:

January 15, 2013

The Montana State Library Geographic Information's New Web Site:

December 19, 2012

{MAGIP} Montana Geograpic Alliance Newsletter:

September 28, 2012

A New Tool for Those Searching for a Similar Sense of Place - LandEx:

April 20, 2012

Judges Drive Truck Through Loophole in Supreme Court GPS Ruling:

December 2, 2011

Oregon, Montana, Utah and Colorado Partner to Share GIS Data in the Cloud :

November 29, 2011

Learn About Geographis Information from the Montana Association of Geographic Information Professionals:

November 19, 2011

GPS Saves the World -- But Who'll Save GPS?:

November 9, 2011

GIS Day At The Montana Capitol Rotunda, 11/16, Helena, Montana:

November 4, 2011

Five Ways to Make Your GIS Cover Letter and Resume Stand Out:

August 26, 2011

Montana Association Of GIS Professionals - 2011 Fall Technical Session, 10/3-4, Missoula, Montana:

July 22, 2011

GIS Training Opportunity With Ken Wall, 8/16-18, University Of Montana:

July 18, 2011

Northwest GIS Users Conference, 10/17, Boise, ID:

July 18, 2011

The NorthWest GIS User Group Has Open Positions For Its Board of Directors - Montana has always been a part of this group. Step up to represent Montana! :

June 30, 2011

GIS: City IT Leaders Discuss Geospatial Data's Growing Role :

May 6, 2011

Missoula GIS Coffeetalk - "GIS In Worldwide Conservation", 5/13, Missoula, Montana:

March 10, 2011

Could new wireless network render GPS devices useless? The Coalition to Save Our GPS :

March 7, 2011

Update: Western States Looking for Cloud Storage for GIS Data:

November 18, 2010

Expanded Missoula County GIS system earns recognition from ESRI:

May 23, 2010

GPS is getting an $8-billion upgrade:

April 9, 2010

Adventure Cycling of Missoula, Montana introducing GIS mapping:

March 12, 2010

GPS: ‘The holy grail’ for advertisers:

May 21, 2009

Tax GPS to Save GPS?:

May 6, 2009

Spooks invest in forest inventory firm:

October 27, 2008

Dick Clark, State of Montana Chief Information Officer, to represent all 50 states on a national board on the use of digital geographic information tools and services for the nation:

October 22, 2008

Inside Information - After mapping the great outdoors, GIS finds a new role to play indoors.:

August 4, 2008

Immersive GIS to Engage Citizens Like Never Before:

June 20, 2008

State Of Montana Signs ESRI Enterprise License Agreement for Unlimited GIS Software for State's 26 Agencies:

March 20, 2008

Intermountain GIS Conference, 4/10, Missoula, Montana:

February 1, 2008

Garmin Adds A Cell Phone To Its GPS Device:

January 21, 2008

You are here and Skyhook knows it without using GPS:

January 17, 2008

Web-Based Mapping Tools Help Governments Transform GIS into New Services:

January 14, 2008

California Attacks Staff Shortage by Creating Database of Retirees Willing to Work:

January 9, 2008

Navigation is just part of the story with feature-jammed new GPS devices:

May 23, 2007

New Montana State University GPS base station to aid students, researchers and community:

April 21, 2007

ISU professor leading effort to improve GPS precision:

April 15, 2007

GIS system a treasure trove of Helena and Lewis and Clark County area maps:

March 16, 2007

States try GPS to protect social workers:

February 9, 2007

Engineer: GPS shoes make people findable:

January 15, 2007

High-Tech Fire Prevention Through GIS Analysis:

December 19, 2006

Guide Released to Using GIS in Emergency Management and Homeland Security:

October 20, 2006

"Satellite Imagery And Remote Sensing", 10/26, Helena :

October 13, 2006

Space policy touts satellite imagery for homeland security:

September 13, 2006

Geo what?:

September 8, 2006

‘911 where is your emergency’ Increasing cell phone use makes pinpointing locations difficult:

August 12, 2006

The North Star, on Your Wrist:

July 26, 2006

Ravalli County, Montana unveils new 3-D GIS computer program:

July 14, 2006

Glacier County EMS using hi-tech GPS Street Pilot to respond faster.:

May 19, 2006

Great New GPS Gadgets:

May 9, 2006

Aerial Mapping Takes Another Leap:

May 3, 2006

Turn Your Laptop Into a GPS:

March 23, 2006

Free software turns laptops into GPS navigators. Loki system melds global positioning, WiFi to find services:

March 9, 2006

What Is Montana Geospatial One-Stop And How Do I Use It?, 3/16, Helena:

January 17, 2006

Renton, WA company, Naverus takes navigation system global:

December 30, 2005

EU Takes First Step in Challenge to GPS:

November 3, 2005

GPS researchers try to zero in on pinpoint accuracy:

October 24, 2005

ESRI and GCS Research Collaborate in Statewide Montana Bioterrorism Exercise:

September 29, 2005

Beyond the Web - MapQuest launches $699 navigation device that uses GPS for in-car directions:

August 13, 2005

Researchers say GPS can guide tourists, track convicts:

July 18, 2005

Marrying Maps to Data for a New Web Service:

July 1, 2005

Research Sees GPS Here, There and Everywhere:

June 23, 2005

Emergency officials in Sidney research benefits of Global Positioning System mapping:

June 21, 2005

Wi-Fi location system is better than GPS, says start-up:

June 11, 2005

GIS to Speed Help to Domestic Violence Victims:

June 10, 2005

GPS Navigating Concept Aids Manufacturing Process:

June 9, 2005

Geeks take mapping service in new directions:

May 16, 2005

Battle against wildfires gets high-tech weapon - LANDFIRE a $40 million effort by six federal to figure agencies out the fire risk for every inch of the country and map was developed in Montana:

May 16, 2005

GPS units in the driver's seat:

May 11, 2005

Can Your Mother Understand This? Former Wyoming Gov. Jim Geringer and GIS in the Public Sector:

May 10, 2005

Start-up on track to fill gaps in GPS:

May 6, 2005

Rapid 3-D Urban Modelling The speedy way to capture a city:

May 3, 2005

Pierce County, Wash. Expands GIS Capabilities:

April 18, 2005

Finding Profits in the GPS Economy:

April 4, 2005

Enterprise GIS servers could be an easier, more economical way to distribute full GIS functionality to many desktops.:

March 14, 2005

Checking Out the Lay of the Land / Software Gives 3-D Views of Terrain:

March 14, 2005

Subscription Web-based service allows smaller governments to take advantage of GIS without paying a fortune.:

March 11, 2005

GIS keeps tabs on evolving world - Mapping societal patterns, movements:

February 26, 2005

Framing Google's Move in Mapping:

February 24, 2005

Planners unveil high-tech GIS map detailing county growth:

February 18, 2005

A 3-D View of the City, Block by Block:

February 18, 2005

New Jersey Expands GIS Program for Nonprofit Organizations and Environmental Commissions:

February 2, 2005

Some school buses adding GPS devices:

January 31, 2005

GIS Instructor needed at UM Western :

January 31, 2005

The 3D Future Is Now:

January 28, 2005

New software to aid City's development projects:

January 20, 2005

Reminder about the upcoming Missoula GIS Coffee Talk scheduled for Friday Jan. 28.:

January 12, 2005

Lewis and Clark County, Mont., Updates GIS System:

January 4, 2005

MapTeach project spreads Alaskan geographic knowledge online:

January 3, 2005

Bosses use GPS to keep out-of-the-office workers on task:

December 26, 2004

Use of global positioning increases on farms:

December 21, 2004

Missoula GIS Coffee Talk, 1/28, Missoula:

December 21, 2004

City of Nashua, N.H., Deploys GIS System:

December 19, 2004

Students help emergency responders keep Bozeman's maps current:

December 16, 2004

Prepping to Pull the Plug on GPS :

November 24, 2004

Department of Labor Funds Geospatial Training:

November 9, 2004

Baltimore Launches Online GIS Mapping System - City launches a new tool aimed to help homebuyers and promote the city.:

October 20, 2004

Fuel reduction plan takes shape GCS Research of Missoula maps the way.:

October 12, 2004

Graphic Details - A data-rich Web site that displays GIS-generated maps is now an essential tool for cities seeking to recruit new business.:

October 12, 2004

Kentucky Uses GIS Technology to Map Roads:

October 10, 2004

Montana Emphasizes GIS as Security Tool :

October 4, 2004

Instead of paying tax at gas pump, someday you may pay by the mile:

August 21, 2004

Judy Martz - Montana's Governor Speaks Out For GIS in State Government:

August 2, 2004

GCS Research Delivers LandView™: Custom Community-Based Wildland Fire Mitigation Mapping Tool:

May 14, 2004

The Rise of the GIS Director - More state and local jurisdictions appoint GIS directors to oversee GIS at the enterprise level.:

April 13, 2004

Photo recognition software gives location:

February 17, 2004

Device helps blind navigate - GPS satellites track Badlands coyote population:

February 16, 2004

Institute's business school is getting attention by helping companies exploit software for creating interactive maps embedded with information:

February 10, 2004

Romney Administration in Massachusetts Uses Innovative GIS Technology To Take Aim At Illegal Wetlands Destruction:

February 7, 2004

GIS in the Public Spotlight - An 'introduction' to GIS, including its debatable limitations and benefits, from garbage pick-up to homeland security.:

February 2, 2004

City Governments Map Trends - The bureaucratic, pothole-plagued world of big-city government is making creative use of sleek, innovative GIS technology.:

January 5, 2004

Missoula County, Montana becomes the first county in the State and one of the first in the Nation to publish their Geospatial data to The National Map.:

December 26, 2003

The Right Site - Nampa, Idaho's new GIS tool points business real-estate shoppers to suitable properties.:

December 12, 2003

GIS: A Tool For Improving Community Livability:

December 12, 2003

USGS Creates National Map Project:

October 17, 2003

Feds Want All-Seeing Eye in Sky - Dr. David Opitz of VLS to speak at conference:

September 30, 2003

GPS Users Still Lost in the Woods :

September 27, 2003

GPS finds way into more users' lives - Aircraft system among new uses:

September 22, 2003

China to help Europe develop GPS rival:

August 26, 2003

Next-Generation GPS - Global positioning inches toward a makeover:

August 12, 2003

California Launches Satellite Pilot program to manage emergencies using GPS and GIS technology:

August 10, 2003

High-tech device could be the future of livestock ID:

August 7, 2003

Mapping Technology Speeds Help to Fire-Scarred Land:

July 23, 2003

GIS Web Portal Fuels San Francisco Economic Development:

July 17, 2003

Visual Learning Systems’ Feature Analyst now Available on GSA Schedule:

July 17, 2003

Former Wyoming Governor Spreads Gospel of GIS:

July 14, 2003

The Sky's the Limit - How GPS/GIS Is Changing Our World by transforming businesses.:

July 1, 2003

Fed CIO launches Geospatial One-Stop portal at GT event:

May 10, 2003

Kentucky Completes GIS Mapping Milestone:

May 7, 2003

Group Looks to Maximize Value of GIS Data Nationwide:

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